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. >>> elsewhere in d.c., r and b singer chris brown sits in jail tonight, in trouble with the law once again. charged with felony assault accused of attacking a man this morning outside a hotel. super star chris brown and his bodyguard face a judge monday morning, each charged with felony assault. the 24-year-old singer was in washington to mc this homecoming event. sometime after he left, brown was outside the w hotel posing for a picture with fans when the victim jumped into the photo. according to arresting documents, brown said quote i'm not down with that gay expletive. i feel like boxing. end quote. brown and his bodyguard each punched the victim in the face. the victim was taken to the hospital. this could have serious legal consequences for brown. he's still serving probation for his 2009 attack on former girlfriend rihanna. police say the victim from sunday's attack had a bruised and swollen face. he's been treated and released from the hospital. >>> meantime, the music world mourns the loss of a rock legend. >> i said hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side. all right. >> singer lo
now. chris brown is behind bars right now. he was arrested on felony assault charges in washington d.c. after a fight near a hotel. brown is still on probation for his 2009 assault of then girlfriend rhiana. >> authorities in pennsylvania are warning people it is illegal to touch a pregnant woman's belly without permission. if someone annoys the woman with the prodding charges can be filed under the state harassment law. >>> key west, florida, more than 1,000 people turned out to watch the super hero parade. it was lead by diana nyad that swam from cuba to key west a few months ago. >> and a goolish experience for halloween. spooky decorations and flashing lights and masked workers are part of the experience along with the wash and wax options. very nice. >>> coming up, former massachusetts senator scott brown tests the waters in the granite state. that and the best political buzz of the morning. that is straight ahead. but first, your first look at business. good morning. >> good morning, that's right. apple slated to report it's earnings after today's closing bell. analysts expecti
that changed. >> petition. >> we'll get it going. >>> coming up, chris brown heads to rehab. one woman's halloween crusade to deny candy to obese trick-or-treaters. plus a $40,000 extortion plot over this super bowl ring. >> to the millions of americans the secret is out. hydration is in. [ female announcer ] only aveeno daily moisturizing lotion has an active naturals oat formula that creates a moisture reserve so skin can replenish itself. aveeno® naturally beautiful results. aveeno® so ally bank has a that won't trap me in a rate. that's correct. cause i'm really nervous about getting trapped. why's that? uh, mark? go get help! i have my reasons. look, you don't have to feel trapped with our raise your rate cd. if our rate on this cd goes up, yours can too. oh that sounds nice. don't feel trapped with the ally raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >>> other stories making news this morning. chris brown has checked himself into a rehab facility following his arrest in washington, d.c. last weekend for allegedly punching another man. brown's rep says his goal is t
according to dc police, brown was asked to pose for a picture with some fans, he agreed. it was at that point the 24- year-old tried to jump into the picture, which ignited chris brown's furry. shortly after police say that brown and his bodyguards both beat the 20-year-old punching him in the face several times. according to the arresting documents, brown was heard saying, "i'm not down with this gay expletive. i feel like boxing." that's what witnesses told police they heard him say. they say these remarks were made before the 20-year-old was beaten, taken to george washington university hospital, bruce. he was treated there, released. again they are in jail here in the district. they'll seat judge first thing tomorrow morning. it's not until tomorrow when we find out what happens next in this chapter. it's the talk of the town and the entertainment industry. chris brown is in trouble yet again with the law. bruce? >> word is he is still on probation because of the assault on rihanna. >> yes, in 2009 he's been on probation for that. a course that stems from california.
. this is outrageous act. what do you think should happen to brown kids who shouted down ray kelly last night? did you see that? >> i didn't even know. >> police commissioner in new york city goes to brown, they shout him down, he can't even talk and he had to come back to new york city. i think those kids should be expelled, carolla and bussed into your neighborhood to get garbage candy. >> i agree. >> expelled and bust carolla's neighborhood. how about that for a punishment? >> listen, when you said what do you think about those brown kids who shouted out. >> no, brown university. >> oh my gosh we are going racial. i wish he went to yale or rice? >> no, brown is falling apart. adam carolla, everybody. factor tip of the day. the world series and terrorism. the tip moments away. as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male a
janice rogers brown. janice rogers brown was out of california when she was nominated as a judge, she been rated not qualified by the state bar of california. also gave speeches saying the minimum wage and social security were evidence of a successful socialist revolution in america. democrats were wildly opposed to nominees this out there getting lifetime appointments to the federal bench but they made this deal with republicans and as part of that deal, these judges and a few others got through. these are the two judges, priscilla owen and janice rogers brown who have written the bombshell rulings on reproductive rights. one that shut down the abortion clinics in the state of texas and gave republicans their biggest victory yet in their war on birth control. the ruling today that your boss gets to decide whether or not contraceptive is covered under your health insurance, that was authored by janice socialist revolutionist rogers brown. declaring now to have no texas abortion provider within 500 miles of her. that ruling was written by priscilla owen. both of these rulings will sure
the affordable care act. the authority of that decision, justice rogers-brown. another bush w. appointee. judge brown, if employers oppose birth control on religious grounds, what about viagra? but i digress. brown and owen are not just any appointees but both put on the bench in 2005 after only a two-year democratic delay of their nominations. republicans threatened the use the nuclear option to vote them through with a simple majority. that led to something that we rarely hear about, a deal. seven democrats, seven republicans. the gang of 14. they came together and decided from then on judicial nominees would only be filibustered under extraordinary circumstances. ideology not being one of them and that is the deal that put both brown and owen on the bench. leaving us with two women responsible for two terrible decisions affecting american women. now back to today where this week we saw senate majority leader harry reid try to fill just one of the three vacancies on the d.c. circuit court and the nominee, patricia millett. the result? here's senator patrick leahy on thursday. >> president oba
was the model for the nation's law. >> but former senator scott brown who was a state legislator when the massachusetts bill was passed said there is no comparison. >> obama care is nothing like what we passed in massachusetts. there are a couple of little similarities, but we didn't cut medicare half a trillion dollar, we didn't raise 18 new taxes, and our bill passed 198-2. >> aides to romney who signed the bill into law, said he worked for three years to build consensus with democrats, and brown says the value of the bipartisanship is hard to overstate. >> the governor, the senate president, the speaker of the house, business leaders saying we have a real problem. we have people going into emergency rooms and not paying a penny. >> the massachusetts law was also rolled out more slowly, and brown said states are better positioned to deal with health care than the federal government. the massachusetts plan didn't have the computer problems the affordable care act is suffering, and romney said, quote, had president obama actually learned the lessons of massachusetts health care, milli
on beating the browns. but everyone that's not a sure thing after a disappointing loss in cleveland. in fact, the browns now have a better record than the defending super bowl champs taking advantage of the ravens many flaws and showing how far they've fallen since winning the championship. but the season is just half hour. so the ravens feel there's time to change course. >> you get back to work and put your head down and look forward to the next one. you have to be positive. you have to keep your head and your eyes forward. and that's what we're going to do. >> now our focus becomes one game. and what we need to do is win one game. that's what we need to do. the momentum is a crazy thing. you have to stop theirs and build yours. you have to make a play. you have to win a game. >>> we asked you with our wjz fan cam. what's the number one problem for the ravens right now. >> the loss of too many key players which is going to take more than a year to replace. >> i think the number one problem is the offense. the offense is pretty bad right now. >> just flacco being rushed too much. our runnin
to the riots the year before and jerry brown's father was seeking a third term. reagan rode that tide of discontent. this is not the california 1966 now, that same pattern doesn't work. the problem for republicans in the state is this. republicans now are 29% of voter registration in california. and declining. independent voters what we call, decline to state, they're now 20% and climbing. the two will pass each other in the night pretty soon. the knee jerk reaction of the dug in conservative republicans in california is at all times go for social issues. two things driving them crazy now are guns, there is a faction of the republican party that wants to have local recall contests against democrats who voted for gun rights legislation in sacramento. and then the other issue that has the motor running right now is transgender bathrooms and there will be an issue on the ballot talking about transgender bathrooms in 2014. if you're trying to reach -- >> wait, explain the transgender bathroom issue. >> it is the idea that in a public school, you can allow boys to go into girls rooms if th
continues and we have all the details today. >> the entertainer chris brown goes for the knockout and gets himself locked up. why the rapper is waking up in the slammer this morning down in d.c. >> he put himself in the line of fire, dodging a barrage of bullets, even being hit, all this to save a fellow officer. his heroic story and how he's being rewarded is coming your way. "fox & friends" on this monday's edition starts just about now. >> this is jimmie johnson. you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ >> jimmie johnson, nfl? or jimmie johnson the driver who almost got if fisticuffs. >> i think that is the driver. i was in dallas this weekend, the land of cowboys. >> how was that? >> it was great. i went to my daughter's homecoming. i'm exhausted. >> khoeplg -- homecoming can do that for you. >> so far the affordable care act, the rollout of obamacare has been absolutely flawless, right? i'm being funny. another debacle. last night verizon which apparently runs part of the data hub, can you hear meñ no, nobody can hear anybody in 50 states. phi stkopb says failure -- verizon says fail
you. jon: chris brown goes in front of a judge today, apparently back in trouble again. what the singer is accused of now that has him in serious legal trouble. plus the latest white house scandal over spying, raising the question of deniability. are the media giving the president a pass on what he knew? our news watch panel weighs in fair and balanced. and what led police to charge the operator of a carnival ride after several people get hurt? and why they believe this was no accident. a live report ahead. >> 911. what is the address of the emergency? >> we're at the state fairgrounds. i'm not sure if they have -- we have the vortex and people are coming off the ride. people are hurt. [ coughs, sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. jenn jenna: singer chris brown is in court today after a fight at a washington, d.c. hotel
. new york's top cop went to brown university to give a speech. did you hear about this? instead of being welcomed graciously, he was met by protestors. >> thank you all. >> not enough. >> how many people do not want to hear? >> we're going to ask -- >> not every student believes he should have been silenced. let's meet two of the students joining me in saying thank you very much, brandon and justin vragga. good to have you guys here. let's start with you -- >> thanks for having us on. >> -- brandon. i understand you were able to go and be inside that auditorium. tell us what was going on. i heard the commissioner talking on a local station the other day, friday, and he said that it was his impression that it wasn't students, that it was maybe people from the outside who were able to come in, the public essentially. is that what you got? was that the gist? >> i would say that's probably accurate. it seems to me like almost half the auditorium was filled with people who didn't want to hear him speak and maybe half of that was people from the community, people from providence who s
chris brown. police arresting him in washington, d.c., over the weekend. he's accused of punching a man who tried to take a picture with him. >>> and jay z says for now that he's keeping his business relationship with the department store barneys after accusation that store racially profiled two customers. he said he wants to get all the facts before making any decisions. he is designing an exclusive holiday line with proceeds going to charity. >>> and the music industry paying tribute to rock legend lou reed, the leader and singer of the velvet underground dying after recent complications from a liver transplant. he was 71 years old. ready to run your lines? okay, who helps you focus on your recovery? yo, yo, yo. aflac. wow. [ under his breath ] that was horrible. pays you cash when you're sick or hurt? [ japanese accent ] aflac. love it. [ under his breath ] hate it. helps you focus on getting back to normal? [ as a southern belle ] aflac. [ as a cowboy ] aflac. [ sassily ] aflac. uh huh. [ under his breath ] i am so fired. you're on in 5, duck. [ male announcer ] when you're sick or
of massive resistance not seen since the southern state's defiance of the ruling in brown versus board of education. if you oppose obama care there is something inappropriate, cruel, racist i'm not sure where he's going with that. more than half of the country opposes the law. >> nothing like a little hyperbole. he argues the shutdown prevented people from warning people how bad it would be. that's the republicans' fault? >> we have dramatic re search on another issue with obama care. that's the swelling metd kad rules as states show a huge surge in medicaid applications. we pulled numbers from the nonpartisan congressional budget office. they say obama care will add 9 million people to the medicaid rolls in the first year costing $21 billion more than we would have spent. by 2023, it will include 13 million more people at a cost of nearly $100 billion more than we would be spending on medicare without it. look at the numbers of the people signing up so far. we talked about it the other day. here are examples. in maryland so far, 96% of folk who is signed up have been on medicaid. in o
to become teachers. >>> chris brown facing the possibility of serious jail time once again. a fistfight in washington, d.c., landed him in jail over the weekend. this afternoon he'll go before a judge facing felony assault charges. he's already on probation stemming from that 2009 assault against his then girlfriend, row anna. >>> the phone hacking trial of two former editors of the "news of the world" starts today. they face accusations of hacking voice mails of celebrities and top politicians while working at the newspaper owned by rupert murdoch. a panel of 80 potential jurors will be brought into court this morning. the selection process could last most of the day. >>> check it out, the ohio state university marching band has done it again. in a nod to hollywood, the band played the superman theme forming the man of steel going into a phone booth, getting that famous cape and flying right to a building. the man then took on harry potter flying on a broomstick maybe for a game of quidditch. and the theme of jurassic park was the inspiration for this tyrannosaurus rex. yes, this band
. president simmons brown put it perfectly during the 2006 report of brown on slavery. there is an obligation to pursue truth, both professional and moral. when it's cleaning your own house, it's even more immediate. >> yeah. i love when "nerdland" becomes just a table of professors as this one is. and yolanda, i wanted to read to you one of my favorite lines from the text. so this is in sort of talking about the substantiation of american higher education initially. you write, governors and faculties use slave labor to raise and maintain their schools and made their campuses the intellectual and cultural playgrounds of the plantation and merchant elite. you and i talked to each other at princeton, and this notion of the cultural and intellectual playgrounds of the elite, i read that and was, like, well, yes, that's true right now. so what are the implications for this history, for what we live with now? >> so one of the implications i think is about us figuring out is there a legacy, a legacy of inequality, discrimination, systemic injustice that is in 2013 a result of certain actions that t
, the fact that katon can keep saying all these names of brown people who are governors on the republican party makes -- a certain part of it is a little surprising, given what you were saying about the new majorities, that we can't name the people who will inherit the obama and clinton legacy. >> on the one hand, you have this sort of star power, but it's a somewhat dated grouping of folks, you know? the clintons, they're incredible, they have all this star power. hillary, who knows what's going to happen, she'll probably run. but we don't have, yeah, what is that next generation of folks, i think is an interesting question. but the other thing is, the republican party right now, in terms of surrogates, whoever they bring up is divisive. because they're having a fight in the party, whoever shows up there is going to be an argument about -- it's not going to mobilize the entire base. it's going to cause one segment to go, oh, that's exciting, and one segment to go, i hate that job. >> and particularly in virginia, to bring mr. ted shutdown cruz in to stump for you seems like a bad idea. >
city. when he went to brown city he was booed and heckled to the point where he couldn't even get to speak. there was no opportunity for political discourse. he came on a local fox news show in the morning here in new york city and said on friday that he was told that it was people from basically out of the school. it wasn't necessarily students. it was people who had agenda. >> sad day for brown university in general. say that because, you know, at what point did we decide as a society there is no room for civil discourse, for disagreement and there is no learning opportunity in so doing. >> joe cordero thank you for joining us today. >> thank you. >> we could talk about all day. thank you. >>> somebody left her with no way to get to work taking off her her bike. she left this for the thief. her letter gone viral. and this morning she has the last laugh. the very happy ending coming up next. joe is very interested in this as a former nypd. what are you going to do with all that leftover halloween candy? send it my way. send it joe's way. tucker's way? >> when we made our commitme
care he was a state delegate, scott brown said. we worked on this together. mitt romney came over to people's houses when they were at barbecues, democrats, saying what is it going to take to get you involved. by the time they were passing this, they were able to explain it to the citizens of massachusetts together. not blame each other. there's a fundamental difference. >> it was a bipartisan effort to slowly implement. >> overwhelmingly bipartisan. >> exactly. when you look at the affordable care act there was not a single republican vote when it went through the congress. what's interesting is as you watch the president's apologists line up saying he didn't mean that and he didn't mean this. what he meant, turns out "the new york times" yesterday when referring to the fact that the president of the united states 100, 200, maybe 500 times said if you like your health care, you can keep it, they say, "the new york times" says he simply misspoke. look at that. i just misspoke. they said mr. obama misspoke when he said by law insurers cannot continue to sell policies that don't pro
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